“THERE IS NO COUNTRY WHERE THEY DRINK MORE OR BETTER WINE” – Jean-Baptiste Chardin 1740
Kindzmarauli is one of the most famous naturally semi-sweet Georgian wines. It is made of Saperavi grapes, cultivated in Kakheti, in the protected micro – zone of Kindzmarauli. It has a strong sorted bouquet and aroma together with velvety and harmonious taste.
Kindzmarauli is transparent wine of ripe cherry color with fruit and berry tones. Pleasant velvety tannins create mild flavor and makes the wine more balanced, piquant and wonderful.
Naturally semi – sweet and dark red wine “Khvanchkara” is harmonious blend of Aleksandrouli and Mujuretuli grape varieties that are cultivated in the Racha Region, only along the right bank of the Rioni river. It is characterized by a ruby color, distinctive harmonious, delicious taste, with specific fruity tints and varietal aroma. Khvanchkara has been famous for centuries. In the 19th century Prince Kipiani’s Khvanchkara wine was the pride not only of the region, but the whole country.
Natural medium sweet red wine Usakhelouri, is one of the most famous Georgian wines. It is made of grapes Usakhelouri, cultivated in Okureshi, Isunderi, Opitara and Zubi villages, in the Lechkhumi region. It has a strong varietal bouquet, rich aromas of fruit and peppery tones with a very high acidity and light tannins.
Ojaleshi grapes are grown in the Tamakoni and Salkhino villages of Samegrelo. Historically, the grape harvest in this region would begin in the late November and would sometimes last until the end of January. Local wine-making methods also include some distinct features. Mingrelian wines would sometimes be left in contact with the marc until the end. Ojaleshi wine is ruby-red semi-sweet and dry with amazing depth and character.